Truth Spells

Knowing a good truth spell is helpful when you have to deal with dishonesty. Just remember that forcing people to tell you things that they would rather keep to themselves is not the right approach for this kind of magick. But getting to the bottom of an issue when someone is lying is a justifiable use for witchcraft. So think about the situation before you start setting up your altar for this truth spell.

Loosen Lying Lips Spell

This is a spell to help cause someone to come clean about any lies they are telling. The poppet will take a little time to put together but you don’t have to make a work of art. A rough representation will do. Besides that, these are the rest of your materials for this spell:

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Poppet magick for a truth spell
  • A cloth doll or poppet
  • Stuffing for the poppet
  • Dried thyme
  • Dried rose petals
  • One white candle

When you are making the poppet, you need to use stitches to “draw” the face (or at least the mouth). You can’t draw the features on with a pen or marker. A few scraps of fabric and thread will work to make a doll. The person’s name has to be on it, but that can be written if you don’t want any more stitching to do.

You can make the poppet up before you sit down to do the spell. Just make it in a human shape, stuffed with any stuffing but also with the dried herbs.

To do the spell, light the candle and have the poppet ready with a little pair of tweezers or scissors. Think about the person involved and the lies they have been telling. Say the following:

Through the mist of lies, deceit

The force of truth, you have to meet

Open lips and speak it true

Say what’s honest, you must do.

Repeat the words twice, then slowly pick out the stitches of the poppet’s mouth. When done, repeat the words another two times. Use tweezers to burn the bits of picked-out threads in the candle flame. This should should loosen up lips to let out the truth. Leave the poppet on your altar until you’ve gotten the honest information you want.

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